Turks and Caicos Islands is famed for its luxury resorts.

The most lively area is Grace Bay, but we’ll show you other exclusive properties on private islands.

Wherever you stay, expect sunny days, miles of pure white sand, and crystal-clear waters for snorkeling.

There are 5-star hotels, beachfront villas, and Presidential suites to choose from.

Some packages even have butler services, private chefs, and cocktails at swim-up bars.

Here are the best all-inclusive resorts in Turks and Caicos.

1. Ambergris Cay Private Island

Ambergris Cay is a private island and exclusive resort getaway.

To get there, the resort provides a 20-minute complimentary flight from Providenciales International Airport.

You can freely explore this 1,100-acre island or join a guided tour. 

Ideal for large parties, there are 10 beachfront pool suites and 7 luxury villas

If you’re a small family of four, it’s best to stay in the beachfront suites. 

Only the 6-bedroom Dream Pavilion has a butler and a service kitchen with a private chef.

But you can always enjoy the meals at the onsite a la carte Calico restaurant.

During the day, the resort offers a range of activities like non-motorized water sports, tennis, and biking.

  • Guest Rating: 10
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Six-bedroom villa
  • Address: Ambergris Cay, Turks and Caicos, TKCA 1ZZ Big Ambergris Cay, Turks & Caicos Islands

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2. Sailrock Resort – Oceanview Villas & Suites

Sailrock is a boutique resort in South Caicos famed for its coral reef, beaches, and beautiful waters. 

You’ll find villas and suites located from the ridgetops down to the beach. 

Beachfront and Peninsula Villas have pools, but only Beachfront pools are temperature controlled.

If you want to stay close to the resort center, book a Ridgetop Suite.

For casual fare, try the food at the Cove, but fine dining at the Great House Restaurant is a better experience.

Alternatively, order room service for in-villa dining or cook up a homely meal in your villa kitchen.

Make sure you try some of the water activities like Hobie Cat sailing. 

But if you just want to relax, head to Na Spa for various treatments. and massages.

There’s also an in-house yoga master and a small gym.

  • Guest Rating: 9.4
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Four-bedroom beach villa
  • Address: Front St, Cockburn Town, TKCA 1ZZ South Caicos, Turks & Caicos Islands 

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3. The Meridian Club, Pine Cay

Pine Cay is a private island resort just a short boat ride from Providenciales.

The island is about two miles long and a mile wide offering an intimate but social experience.

There are 10 beachfront rooms, each has a wide porch and outdoor shower.

Additionally, there are two free-standing beachfront cottages with golf carts to get around.

The spa menu could keep you spoilt for a week, plus there’s yoga and a gym.

Most guests hang out at the spacious pool which incorporates world-class poolside dining.

For drinks, go to the Beach Tiki Bar on the west side for drinks and tapas while watching the gorgeous sunset.

Lastly, make sure you join their daily snorkeling trips to see the world’s third-largest coral reef nearby.

  • Guest Rating: 9.3
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: King rooms
  • Address: Pine Cay, TKCA 1ZZ Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands

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4. Blue Haven Resort

Blue Haven is a luxury family-style resort in Grace Bay just opposite Mangrove Cay Island.

There are studios and 1-bedroom suites for couples, while 2 to 3-bedroom suites are perfect for larger groups.

If you have kids 12 years or under, they can stay for free.

By far the best rooms are the rooftop penthouses which have epic views of the sea.

For dining, enjoy ocean views at Fire and Ice, or marina views at Salt.

You can also take a shuttle to their other property, Alexander Resort where there are more dining options.

During the day, enjoy the infinity pool and a few cocktails at the swim-up bar.

SUPs, kayaking, and snorkeling are included in the package as are Hobie Cats for experienced sailors.

  • Guest Rating: 8.3
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Penthouse suites
  • Address: Leeward, Providenciales, Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos Islands

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5. Alexandra Resort

Alexandra Resort is the sister resort to Blue Haven Resort so you can enjoy the facilities at both properties.

Ideal for families, both resorts have a Fun Pals club for kids and teens.

Stay in a studio or luxury suite with a choice of garden or ocean views.

But if you’re traveling with a big group, check out their 4-bedroom oceanfront penthouse.

Dining includes the al fresco grill Black Rock, the buffet Asu, Fish Deck, and Dragon Orchid Sushi.

For even more variety, hop on the dining shuttle to Blue Haven Resort.

During the day, most guests drink at the beachfront Rumba Bar or chill by the pool’s swim-up bar.

  • Guest Rating: 8.1
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Four-bedroom oceanfront king suite
  • Address: Grace Bay, Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos Islands 

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6. Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages and Spa

Beaches Resort Villages and Spa has the most facilities compared to the other all-inclusive resorts on the island.

Built around five themed villages, you’ll have access to twenty-one restaurants and ten unique swimming pools.

You can pretty much try any cuisine from around the world.

For drinks, there are Caribbean cocktails, fine wines, and gentlemen’s whiskeys.

The best deals are 2-bedroom family butler suites in the Italian, French, or Caribbean villages.

But if they’re not available, the concierge suites or deluxe rooms are just as pleasant.

What really sets this resort apart are all the kid’s activities.

There’s an impressive Pirates Island Waterpark, Kids Camp, Sesame Street, teen night club, and game zone.

Other activities that everyone can enjoy include croquet, shuffleboard, and of course, watersports.

  • Guest Rating: 8.0
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Two-bedroom butler family suites
  • Address: Lower Bight Rd, The Bight Settlement TKCA 1ZZ, Turks & Caicos Islands

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FAQs

What’s the best all-inclusive Turks and Caicos resort for families?


Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages and Spa has everything to keep all kids busy including teens.

It’s a huge resort but there’s still personalized service through room concierge and butlers.

If you prefer something less extravagant, Blue Haven Resort has plenty of activities and a kids club.

What’s the best all-inclusive Turks and Caicos resort for couples?


The Meridian Club, Pine Cay is not only a private island, but an intimate experience with only 10 oceanfront suites and two cottages.

It has a romantic sunset bar, poolside dining, and a fantastic spa menu.

Nearby, you’ll find some of the best diving and snorkeling spots in Turks and Caicos.

What’s the best all-inclusive Turks and Caicos resort on the beach?


Since almost all the best all-inclusive resorts are on the beach, it’s a difficult pick.

But if you want less crowds, Sailrock Resort and Ambergris Cay Private Island are the best options.

Both resorts are on private islands in Turks and Caicos, away from the crowds in Grace Bay.

What’s the best all-inclusive Turks and Caicos resort in Grace Bay?


Alexandra Resort opens up directly onto Grace Bay with a beachfront bar.

You can spend the whole day here with snacks, daily specials, and cocktails.

There are also plenty of dining options onsite, but you’ll also have access to their twin resort Blue Haven.

Essentially, its an all-inclusive package for two resorts.

Summary

Turks and Caicos ResortsBest Rooms
Ambergris Cay Private IslandSix-bedroom villa
Sailrock ResortFour-bedroom beach villa
The Meridian Club, Pine CayKing rooms
Blue Haven ResortPenthouse suites
Alexandra ResortFour-bedroom oceanfront king suite
Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages and SpaTwo-bedroom butler family suites